Barbara Ludman

Vote, if you want to save the US from the one-man wrecking crew

It’s worth surmounting the voter suppression obstacles — but on the other side litigation and postal votes will probably delay the results of the presidential poll

For 7de Laan, it’s baby or career

Amid 7de Laan's murder mayhem in suburbia, the biggest crime is the soap’s stunting of female viewers’ expectations.

Baking new life into the original Oreo

Heidi Dodd bakes the real thing — a sandwich of two slightly chewy chocolate biscuits made with cocoa and sugar and a real buttercream filling.

A tale of two bagels

They’re small and round and emotionally addictive.

An opera of duelling divas

Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda is the story of the conflict between England’s Elizabeth I and her rival, Mary, Queen of Scots.

All souped up

Soup ’n Stuff has been nominated for product of the year in the Eat Out DStv Food Network awards.

Understudy wows audience in Les Troyens

The Metropolitan Opera's production of 'Les Troyens', currently showing at Ster Kinekor's Cinema Nouveau, could not have been better cast.

Verdi’s HD spectacle

Aida, the latest in the Metropolitan Opera's Live in HD series, is as magnificent on screen as it is in the theatre.

Adults only: A taste sensation strictly for grown-ups

These are not the sort of desserts one finds at a child's birthday party.

The Tempest: A very 21st century opera

The Metropolitan Opera's Live in HD series returns to Cinema Nouveau with an inspired and audacious work.

Laws may allow abortion, but it’s much harder to change attitudes

Termination is a legal right, yet thousands still turn to backstreet abortionists, reflecting the ignorance and stigma that surround the issue.

Chill to opera and theatre

Ster-Kinekor has announced its fourth season of filmed National Theatre and Metropolitan Opera performances. We have double tickets to give away.

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